Items by Dixon, Jeremy
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Dixon, J., 2015. Balancing risk and recovery in mental health:an analysis of the way in which policy objectives around risk and recovery affect professional practice in England. In: Chamberlain, J. M., ed. Medicine, Risk, Discourse and Power. London, U. K.: Taylor & Francis, pp. 120-140. (Routledge Advances in Sociology)
Dixon, J. and Robb, M., 2016. Working with women with a learning disability experiencing domestic abuse:how social workers can negotiate competing definitions of risk. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (3), pp. 773-788.
Dixon, J., 2015. Treatment, deterrence or labelling:mentally disordered offenders' perspectives on social control. Sociology of Health and Illness, 37 (8), 1299 - 1313. Item availability may be restricted.
Dixon, J., 2013. Effective strategies for communication? Student views of a communication skills course eleven years on. British Journal of Social Work, 43 (6), pp. 1190-1205.
Dixon, J., 2012. Mentally disordered offenders' views of 'their' risk assessment and management plans: perceptions of health risks. Health Risk & Society, 14 (7-8), pp. 667-680.
Dixon, J., 2010. Social supervision, ethics and risk: an evaluation of how ethical frameworks might be applied within the social supervision process. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (8), pp. 2398-2413.
Dixon, J., 2014. IPR Policy Brief - Mentally disordered offenders' perspectives on their risk assessment plans. University of Bath.
Conference or Workshop Items
Dixon, J., 2016. They can build up a picture of you without actually seeing you:mentally disordered offenders’ views of Ministry of Justice supervision and its effect on trust with supervising mental health teams. In: III Reunión Internacional del grupo de trabajo Sociología del Riesgo y la Incertidumbre, 2016-02-24 - 2016-02-26, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Dixon, J., 2015. What research tells us about older adults’ views on future life planning. In: End of life decisions: brain injury, dementia, frailty. A 1-day conference led by members of the GW4 Dying Well Research Network, 2015-10-14 - 2015-10-14, Hamilton House.
Dixon, J. and Robb, M., 2015. Working with women with a learning disability experiencing domestic abuse:how social workers can negotiate competing definitions of risk. In: The 17th Social Work Education Conference and the 9th UK Social Work Research Conference, 2015-07-15 - 2015-07-17, The Open University.
Dixon, J., 2015. Treatment, Deterrence or Labelling:Mentally Disordered Offenders’ Perspectives on Social Control. In: Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Social Work Conference 2015, 2015-06-03 - 2015-06-03.
Dixon, J., 2015. Balancing risk and recovery: An analysis of English mental health policy. In: ESA Mid-term Conference 2015: Risk, Uncertainty and Transition, 2015-04-08 - 2015-04-10, Universität Stuttgart.
Dixon, J., 2015. The management of dementia risk in the UK: Hearing the voice of the service user. In: Interdisciplinary Research on Long-term Care and Healthy Aging, 2015-05-21 - 2015-05-24, Zheijang University.
Dixon, J., 2014. Mentally Disordered Offenders view on "their" risk assessment and risk management plans. In: National Approved Mental Health Practitioner conference for Wales, 2014-10-17 - 2014-10-17.
Dixon, J., 2014. Mentally Disordered Offenders’ Perspectives on Their Level of Risk to Others. In: XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, 2014-07-11 - 2014-07-19, Pacifico.
Dixon, J., 2013. Mentally disordered offenders' perspectives of the purpose of risk management procedures in the community. In: 11th European Sociological Conference, 2013-08-28 - 2013-08-31.
Dixon, J., 2013. Mental health social work in the UK, a brief history. In: Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Trust Social Work Conference: The Past Present and Future of Social Work, 2013-03-19.
Dixon, J., 2012. Mentally disordered offenders subject to conditional discharge:their views of risk assessment and management procedures. In: 2nd International Sociological Association Conference, 2012-08-01 - 2012-08-04.
Dixon, J., 2012. Service users subject to s.41 of the Mental Health Act 1983:their views of risk and risk assessment. In: 3rd Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference, 2012-08-25 - 2012-08-27.